Stories Tagged 'Tribhuvan university'
History students have been missing in Nepal’s oldest university, Tribhuvan Univesity (TU). Or at least that is what one or another journalist has been telling us in the recent past. On 28 July this year, Rohej Khatiwada published a long story in Naya Patrika on this subject (“Ritindai TriBiko Itihas Vibhag”).
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Making newsrooms and media organisations, which have central role in disseminating information, an integral part of disaster reduction strategy is crucial for strengthening the national disaster-preparedness, recommends a new study.
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Suman Sharma started his career from Nepal SBI Bank in 1997 after earning his master’s degree in Economics from Tribhuvan University. Having worked at the bank for eight years, in 2005 he went on to pursue another master’s degree from Maastricht School of Management in the Netherlands.
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Tribhuvan University (TU) officials have expressed strong reservations over the Gauri Bahadur Karki-led probe committee report that implicates 43 individuals, including top TU officials, for providing affiliation to the National Medical College (NMC). They claim the report has violated legal in accusing persons for their involvement.
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The Tribhuvan University (TU) has started ‘examinations management information technology system’ to issue transcript to the students in a single day.
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Although Nepal’s oldest university Tribhuvan University (TU) was founded in 1959 as a teaching-only university, within some years of its founding, research efforts had already begun there in many different central departments and research institutes. Some of this started happening during the second half of the 1960s when some students opted to do research for their MA and PhD theses. This “transitioning to research” process at TU is incomplete, much like our country’s march towards democracy.
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